boar sculpture at Soda Rock Winery

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Savor Sonoma County’s arts scene your way. Sculpture gardens tucked into hills, intimate performance venues in charming small towns, and high-end galleries join major performing arts centers like the Green Music Center and Luther Burbank Center for the Arts in sharing the arts. Find just what you’re looking for with our handy guide to current art exhibits and events in Sonoma County.

With thousands of artists and more than 20 performing arts companies in Sonoma County, you’re sure to find something special where life opens up. Be sure to check out the  Performing Arts and Music & Nightlife sections for more artistic offerings.

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Santa Rosa Arts District Photo
415 Steele Lane, Santa Rosa, CA 95403

Arts and Culture programming for the City of Santa Rosa includes many exciting possibilities for artists and community members alike. Artists are encouraged to take advantage of numerous exhibition…

Sonoma State University Art Gallery Photo
1801 E. Cotati Avenue, Rohnert Park, CA 94928

After thirty years of serving Sonoma State University, the North Bay, and its surrounding communities, the University Art Gallery at Sonoma State University has come to be respected as a rich cultural…

Lifvendahl Fine Art Photo
16214 Main Street, Guerneville, CA 95446

Local Guerneville artist Mark Lifvendahl opens his gallery to the public on Fridays, Saturdays, and Sundays, inviting visitors to experience and purchase his colorful paintings on canvas and glass.…

Silver Moon Theatre Photo
Contact us directly, Sonoma, CA 95476

Silver Moon Theatre presents two productions per year as part of the Sonoma Theatre Alliance's Festivals of Theatre. All productions are on the Rotary Stage in Andrews Hall, Sonoma Community Center,…

Cat Kaufman Art Photo
312 South A Street #6, Santa Rosa, CA 95404

The artistic impulse of Cat Kaufman portrays the push and pull between narrative concepts, found objects and restricted abstract surfaces. She uses everyday artifacts to comment on the ironic nature…